Felicity Green, Executive Coordinator to the President and Board of Education


Board of Education

  • Zone 1:  Precincts 105, 106, 107, 108 and 125 (includes Elsie and Jewell Areas, Knappa-Svensen areas and Westport) 
  • Zone 2:  Precincts 103, 102, 101, 104, 105 and portions of 111 and 114 (includes City of Astoria, John Day area, Lewis & Clark area, and Olney-Walluski areas) 
  • Zone 3: Precincts 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124 and portions of 114 and  111 (includes City of Cannon Beach, City of Seaside, City of Gearhart, Arch Cape area, City of Warrenton, Clatsop Plains area, Necanicum area south of Seaside, and Stanley Acres north of Seaside).  

Use the Zone and Precinct Map to see where precincts stop and start.  
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Term Expires: 2023


Karen Burke was appointed to the CCC Board of Education in April 2014. She is a Clatsop County native who graduated from Knappa High School. Karen earned a diploma in nursing from Emanuel Hospital School of Nursing in Portland, later completing baccalaureate studies at Oregon Health & Science University, and a master’s degree in nursing at the University of Portland. Karen returned to the area with her husband Steve and family in 1983 to teach in the then new nursing program at Clatsop Community College. In addition to more than 30 years of active involvement in nursing education, Ms. Burke is coauthor of two nursing textbooks.  She strongly values the importance of providing a strong education in the art and science of nursing for students preparing to enter the profession.  Karen’s and Steve’s children, Nathan and Kristin, also graduated from Knappa High School before moving on to the University of Oregon. In retirement, Karen and Steve enjoy gardening, fishing, traveling, and spending time with children and grandchildren.

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Term Expires: 2023


Nicole Williams was appointed to the CCC Board of Education in March 2022.  She is a Clatsop County native graduating from Astoria High School.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from Western Oregon University in Speech Communications and eventually earned her Master’s in Public Administration.  She and her husband have raised two sons in Clatsop County, both are currently seeking their post-secondary education.


Nicole has devoted her career to serving Clatsop County.  She worked for Clatsop County government for over 16 years, serving as both the County Clerk and Assistant County Manager.  In 2013, Nicole was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Clatsop Care Health District.  During her time with the district, she managed the construction and opening of a Memory Care facility in Warrenton that provided care for community members suffering from dementia related disease.  In 2017, she joined Columbia Memorial Hospital and serves as the Chief Operations Officer.  During her career, Nicole has been involved in many complex community projects that have required collaboration with businesses and local, state and federal agencies. Over the years, she has volunteered her time to many other organizations including Columbia Pacific CCO, Astoria Rotary, Clatsop Community Action, Clatsop County 4H Association and Astoria Youth Athletics.


Nicole’s grandfather, Jack Brown, was one of the first full time instructors at the college.  He worked for the college until he retired in the 80’s.  She is honored to serve on the Board of Education and to be part of such a vital service in the community.

Trudy Van Dusen Citovic

Term Expires: 2025 

Trudy Van Dusen Citovic was elected to the CCC Board of Education in May 2021. Born and raised in Astoria, Trudy was named valedictorian of Astoria High School in 1996 and earned a Bachelor’s degree with Honors from Stanford University in 2000.  She lived and worked in San Francisco, New York, Chicago and Portland before returning home to Clatsop County with her husband and two young children.

Today, Trudy co-owns Van Dusen Beverages, Inc.  She and her husband also own and operate The Rosebriar Mansion retreat & event venue, as well as Fire Station Yoga.  She is active in the local community, as a member of the Friends of Astoria Column board of directors since 2010.  Trudy is also an advocate for legislation to mandate newborn screening for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a genetic disease that affects her daughter and is carried by 1 in 40 people in Oregon.

Trudy joined the CCC Board of Education in order to serve the community that has made her who she is today.  She firmly believes that a local resource for quality higher education is key to ensuring a sustainable, equitable and supportive community for future generations.  As a steward of Clatsop Community College, her hope is to foster an atmosphere of open communication, accountability and cooperation among all constituents.

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Term Expires: 2025

Sara Meyer was elected to the Clatsop Community College Board of Education in May 2019. Sara Meyer and her husband Chuck moved to Astoria in 1971 where Sara had a job as the Orientation Supervisor and Senior RA at Tongue Point Job Corps. Since then, she has given birth to three sons, raised a fourth, and cherished their 18 school years by being involved in Parents Clubs, Scouts, soccer coaching, and student proponent as needed. The sons are doing fine today.

From 1977 to 2008, Sara and Chuck owned, operated, and enjoyed their business, The Compleat Photographer. Sara has served on 1C School Board, Clatsop Community College Board, and the Chamber Board. She was on the original Downtown Association Board and worked hard to help independent business owners see the value of working together. She is still active in AAUW having served in leadership roles and advocating for their mission of advancing equity for women and girls. 

Sara is a good listener and problem solver, with a talent for knowing who gets tasks accomplished. She appreciates photo and word history and believes that the more we share and absorb what came before us, the better we become as responsible caretakers in this ever changing world.

Term Expires: 2025

Rosemary Baker-Monaghan was appointed to the Clatsop Community College Board in October 2000 and is currently serving her fourth elected four-year term. Rosemary and her husband Daniel Monaghan moved to Seaside in 1987. She is a graduate of Washington State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Forest Management and a Masters of Adult and Continuing Education. Rosemary is a board member of CEDR and the Lewis and Clark National Park Association and chair of the Lower Columbia Tourism Committee. Rosemary served 12 years in public office from 1991 – 2003 with the City of Seaside, 4 1/2 years on the Planning Commission, 4 years on the City Council, and 4 years as Mayor.

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Term Expires: 2023

Jody Lee Stahancyk was appointed to the CCC Board of Education in September 2021 to finish out the term of Suzanne Iverson. Jody Stahancyk and her husband John Crawford have owned property in Clatsop County since 1989.

Jody has had a law firm, Stahancyk, Kent and Hook, in Astoria at 552 Commercial Street, for more than twenty years.  Jody attended Linfield College graduating in 1970, she then attended University of Oregon School of Law and was admitted to the bar in 1973. 

Jody has a long history of volunteerism and philanthropy.  Jody is considered a visionary in the world of divorce and family law.  Over two decades ago, Jody created a foundation,  Child Centered Solutions, to address the issues of the impact of family conflict on children. 

Jody joined the CCC Board to serve the local community and to follow in her father’s footsteps, Joe Stahancyk, Chairman of the board of Central Oregon Community College in the 1960’s & ‘70’s.   Jody is sought after statewide as a problem solver who comes up with creative solutions in difficult times.

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Term Expires: 2023

Tim Lyman was elected to the Clatsop Community College Board of Education in May 2019. Tim Lyman is a native Oregonian, and a forty year part time Gearhart resident.  He established Gearhart as his home base a few years back, and finally cut all ties with Portland early in 2018.

After twenty years in the IT industry where he developed training and management programs for Fortune 500 companies, Tim started his own consultancy, servicing the same clients.  Tired of travel and hotel rooms, he became an Oregon licensed Principal Real Estate Broker.  He now focuses primarily on real estate investing.

Tim has authored a number of scholarly and popular articles in publications ranging from Newsweek to the Oregon Family Farmer, and has ghost written for a number notable personages.  He is a sought after researcher, working regularly for an Oregon public policy think tank.

Tim is a degreed Historian whose specialty is early twentieth century automobile tourism.  He has been known to clear out a cocktail party in minutes when asked to expound on the subject.

Tim can be reached by email at or by phone at (503) 893-4528 or at his College email: